Defra and Forest Research use IoT sensors to monitor tree growth

Defra has partnered with Vodafone and Forest Research to explore how internet of things (IoT) technology can be harnessed to monitor tree growth and the corresponding impact on climate change.

by Dan Symonds
The IoT sensors from Vodafone have been fitted to trees across woodlands in Surrey and Northumberland - credit: Vodafone
The IoT sensors from Vodafone have been fitted to trees across woodlands in Surrey and Northumberland - credit: Vodafone

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